Life sciences

  • Signal processing: A field at the heart of science and everyday life

    The notion of "signal processing" might seem like something impenetrably complex, even to scientists. However, the fact is that most of them have already being doing it for a long time, albeit in an unconscious way. Acquiring, shaping and transforming data, cleaning it for the sake of improved analysis and extraction of useful information – all of this is what experimental science is about. And by adding ideas of modelling and algorithms, you can arrive at an ensemble of methods that constitutes...


  • Prager U: Is There Life After This Life?

    What happens after we die? Does everything just end? Or, is there something that comes after this life? Who hasn’t asked themselves these questions? In this compelling video, Dennis Prager deals with the issue of the afterlife head on. Transcript below: Is there an afterlife—life after this life ends? There probably isn’t a human being who hasn't asked this question at one time or another. And here’s the answer: If there is a God, there is an afterlife. It’s that simple. And here’s why:


  • GV co-leads $27.1M Series A in Oxford Uni life sciences spinout Vaccitech

    Leaning on its in-house life sciences expertise GV has backed another biotech startup in the UK, co-leading a £20 million ($27.1M) Series A in Oxford University spinout Vaccitech, which is developing a universal flu vaccine. Read More